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Old 10-09-2006, 04:56 PM   #1
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Default AE New Belt Car, but what about the FT TC4

I know associated is making a new belt car. Maybe the TC5? But what will happen to the FT TC4 and team versions besides them being sold for $200 and $190. Will they get discontinued? Or will they keep on making parts for the TC4 kits? Thanks to anyone who knows.

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Rumor is they will keep the lower end TC4s for the RTR crowd so I suspect parts will be around a while. Also based on the performance in Vegas is may be a while before the TC5 is released.
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